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Hazardous Weather: Where to find information


Winter Is Coming: Snow Day Decisions and Notifications  

Plan ahead, sign up now for school closure alert texts

When winter weather arrives, schools may be closed or delayed or buses may use snow routes. These decisions are made districtwide and are the same for every 4J school.

How the decision is made:

Typically, weather-related school schedule decisions are made in the early morning, before school, when current weather conditions can be assessed. We believe students and families are best served when we are open. Our main concern and the reason for any school closure is the safety of our students and staff.

How to find out if there is a change: 

If the district decides to make a change to the school schedule or bus routes, it is communicated as quickly as possible in several ways, all well before 6:30 a.m. If schools and buses are on their regular schedule, there will NOT be an announcement.

  • Sign up for text-message alerts via Twitter @4Jweather — text FOLLOW 4JWEATHER to 40404
  • Like Eugene School District 4J on our Facebook page,
  • Check the 4J website,
  • Tune in to local news media

What does the announcement mean?

School Closure: There is no school for students, although some staff will be at work. The district will make a decision by noon about whether any after-school student activities or community use of buildings may take place.

Two-Hour Delay: School will start two hours late and end at the normal dismissal time for a regular school day. If it would normally have been a Wednesday schedule with a late start and early release, The Wednesday schedule will be canceled and the schedule for delayed opening will be followed. There will be no zero hour classes held on a two-hour delay schedule. For South Eugene High School, the day will start at 10:35am and end at 3:30pm. Buses will drive cautiously, adjusting to conditions, so pickup and return may be delayed.

Snow Routes: Some school bus routes have alternate “snow routes” that may be used when snow and ice make road conditions hazardous at higher and steeper elevations. This helps limit the need for school closures in harsh weather. When school buses operate on these snow routes, some students will have a different bus stop location and time than on the regular route. More information is at

Parent Choice: When school is in session during wintry weather, families are encouraged to consider the road conditions in their areas, make their own decisions based on safety, and notify the school if their student will be staying home. Parents’ decisions about student absences for hazardous weather safety reasons will be honored.

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2 Hour Delay Schedule

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Latest News and Events

Find South news in the Daily Announcements, the student newspaper -- The Axe -- online, and/or visit the Parent eNews page to subscribe and receive all your South news via email

 4J Parent Leaders Network - is an a volunteer network connecting parent organization leaders for mutual support. We share resources, ideas, and best practices to support the involvement of parents and families in the education of their children.

2017-2018 Meetings -Our meetings for the 2017-2018 school year will take place at the District Office at 200 North Monroe Street Take away tools will be provided.

Monday, April 30, 2018 – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Each meeting will include a 40-minute training topic and a 20-minute information presentation from Eugene School District 4J Superintendent Dr. Gustavo Balderas, Elementary Director Brooke Wagner, and Secondary Director BJ Blake.

Meetings are convened by Heather Sielicki (parent volunteer) with support from Josh Reckord (retired educator). Join our email list for updates, meeting agendas and reminders.!forum/4jparentleadersnetwork



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Upcoming Testing Information for Juniors

All students in Chemistry B classes and other 11th/12th grade students who have not taken or have Not Yet Met the science benchmark requirements:
Science OAKS Test:  February 16


Testing requirements for all 11th grade students who are currently enrolled in the B section of a math course :
Math Smarter Balanced:  February 20 - 23


Testing requirements for all 11th grade students who are currently enrolled in a B section or stand-alone section of a language arts course:
English Language Arts Smarter Balanced:  February 26 - March 2
Juniors who are not testing in Science, Math and/or English this trimester will test in the Third Trimester sessions May 14 - 31.


All juniors are expected to participate in the assessments, regardless of their progress in meeting Essential Skills graduation requirements.  
Exceptions will only be made for juniors who have made prior arrangements with parent signed consent form. Students are expected to attend class 
regardless of their participation in the testing.


Over the last 18 months we have been focusing on updating many of our athletic facilities and are happy to share our progress with you. With the link provided below you will find information for each project currently underway.

Athletics Digital Flyer 



Chrissa Dockendorf has over 25 years of dance experience studying multiple genres including ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap, world dance, contemporary, and musical theater. Chrissa holds an AA in Dance and Choreography from Montgomery College and a BS in Organizational Studies from ASU. She has been a teacher and choreographer mostly in her community in Maryland for over 10 years including musicals at Walkersville High School and teaching at Dance Unlimited and for Montgomery County. Chrissa also danced and choreographed with Equinox Dance Company, a professional adult contemporary company based in Frederick County, MD. Matching her dance experience with her professional experience building companies, Chrissa is very excited to help rebuild the dance team.


The dance team will be performing at home basketball games and school assemblies as well as within the community this season. We are working to add a competitive team in the fall and hope to grow the team enough to have both competitive and non-competitive teams. We plan for the dance team to include opportunities for dancers to choreograph, teach, and become a resource within our community. 

Daily Announcements Tuesday, February 20

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Principal’s Perspectives

Hello SEHS Families and Friends,   I hope this message finds you well.  In what seems to be par for the course, SEHS has been a busy place these last few weeks so I wanted to take a few moments to share some information about what I think are important developments at SEHS.  I also feel […]


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